SDG's Academic & Research Articles
Self-esteem plays a crucial role in managing Death Anxiety and Fear of Missing Out
Wed, 6 Dec 2023
In a two-part study, researchers have uncovered a previously unexplored link between Fear of Missing Out and Death Anxiety — revealing a connection between the persistent worry of missing out and heightened concerns about mortality.
Sea Forest was a finalist at The Earthshot Prize Awards 2023, with its revolutionary seaweed-based livestock feed
Fri, 17 Nov 2023
Sea Forest, an Australian company founded by Mr Sam Elsom, was a finalist in The Earthshot Prize Awards 2023. Their sustainable solution addresses one of the planet's most critical environmental challenges — drastically reducing methane emissions from livestock farming.
VisionX secures finalist spot in SCS Splash Awards 2023
Wed, 8 Nov 2023
The VisionX team — comprising 3 students from James Cook University in Singapore — has earned a spot as one of the 20 finalists in the Singapore Computer Society (SCS) Splash Awards 2023.
Advocating sustainability through international standards: JCU academic headed Singapore's delegation in São Paulo
Fri, 3 Nov 2023
International experts convened to establish important global standards for transitioning towards a circular economy — addressing critical environmental challenges and guiding organisations globally.
James Cook University's workshop initiative hopes to advance shark and ray conservation
Thu, 26 Oct 2023
The Southeast Asia Shark & Ray Research and Conservation workshop, co-organised by James Cook University's Australian and Singaporean campuses and held in Singapore from 25-29 September, marked a significant step in shark and ray conservation efforts in the region.
HDR candidates Jeffrey Ling and Catherine Toh receive HDR Open Access Advocate Awards 2023
Tue, 24 Oct 2023
In celebration of International Open Access Week, James Cook University (JCU) in Singapore is thrilled to announce that two Higher Degree by Research (HDR) candidates have won HDR Open Access Advocate Awards.
Canned fish poses potential risks for fish allergy sufferers
Fri, 29 Sep 2023
A recent collaborative study by researchers from James Cook University in Singapore and Australia, as well as other universities in Australia and Indonesia, has shed light on the potential risks associated with consuming canned fish for individuals with fish allergies.
Want to be liked? Choose clarity over vagueness
Tue, 26 Sep 2023
Study reveals that vague responses can harm likeability in social situations, emphasising the importance of clear communication for interpersonal and career success.
Rising star Naomi Clark-Shen shines on Prestige's 40 Under 40
Fri, 22 Sep 2023
Ms Naomi Clark-Shen's mission and commitment to marine conservation earned her a spot in Prestige’s “40 Under 40”.
Laboratory trials unveil risk of false results in allergy tests
Fri, 1 Sep 2023
Recent laboratory trials warn of varied and false-negative results in allergy tests conducted with commercial shellfish extracts, highlighting a pressing need for improvements to safeguard allergy sufferers globally.
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